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Advancing discovery, innovation and education beyond the frontiers of current knowledge, and empowering future generations in science and engineering. The four interrelated goals-Discovery, Learning, Research Infrastructure and Stewardship-adopted by the National Science Foundation establish an integrated strategy to deliver new knowledge at the frontiers, meet vital national needs and work to achieve the NSF vision.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Warfighters must master a diverse set of physical and mental skills, often in a very compressed period. Measures of learning in this military environment often rely on qualitative and subjective assessment, with little opportunity to correct or redirect learning in midcourse. Recent discoveries in neuroscience, modeling, and analysis techniques laid the foundation for neuroscience-based noninvasive strategies with potential to dramatically accelerate transition from novice to expert in key military tasks. The Accelerated Learning program developed quantitative and integrative neuroscience-based approaches for measuring, tracking, and accelerating skill acquisition while producing a twofold increase in an individual's progress through the stages of task learning. Accelerated Learning will identify the neural basis of expert performance by integrating behavioral data with neurophysiological measures to track the progression of novices on the training path to expertise.
Accelerated Learning will develop reliable, quantitative methods to track task progression based on noninvasive measures of brain activity, including neurophysiologically driven training regimens, neurally optimized stimuli and stimulatory or modulatory interventions. Complementary components to help attain this goal include development of neurally based techniques to maintain acquired skills, prediction of skill acquisition based on real-time neural activity, preferential brain network activation, and strategies for understanding relationships between cognition and emotion in skills learning.
Team Results is an organizational productivity improvement company that uses 21st -century ideas proven in the modern business and government workplace.
Team Results USA will help The Learning Chameleon further develop its world-leading method for tracking what human brains really do when their owners are being productive at work, what happens when people are not productive, and how to move from one state to the other.
The Submarine Learning Center's primary function is to create, coordinate and execute the future training and education vision for the Submarine Force.
The Submarine Learning Center is accountable for all undersea curriculums, training delivery methodologies, and for developing and maintaining professional development continuums for all undersea warfare officers and ratings to include Electronics Technician (communications and navigation), Fire Control Technician, Sonar Technician, Machinist's Mate (auxiliary and weapons), Missile Technician, and all nuclear training ratings.
Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center
Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center (Jump) is an incubator where collaboration and innovation lead the transformation of health care worldwide. Jump programs and objectives are key to improving the safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of care for community members across the region. Their Vision is to improve outcomes and lower health care costs through innovative simulation training of medical professionals.
DoD's First Choice for Undersea Biomedical Research
The laboratory's mission is to protect the health and enhance the performance of our War Fighters through focused submarine, diving, and surface research solutions.
The School of Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology places strong emphasis on scientific research and discovery. Housed in the beautifully renovated J. S. Coon Building, a historical landmark in the center of campus, the School is a member of the College of Sciences. Faculty, graduate and undergraduate students alike engage in an array of wide-ranging topics related to the field of psychology. The School categorizes this research into five program areas: cognition and brain science, cognitive aging, engineering psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and quantitative psychology.
The Learning Chameleon and Dr. Jamie Gorman from the engineering psychology department have been working together to link communication with Team Neurodynamics and have published several peer reviewed manuscripts of their findings.
Naval Air Warfare Center
In cooperation with the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division Orlando office, and utilizing their Mission Rehearsal III Antisubmarine, our goal for modeling the Neurodynamics of teams is to rapidly determine the functional status of a team in order to assess the quality of a teams' performance / decisions, and to adaptively rearrange the team or task components to better optimize the team.
The Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) is on the front lines of Lockheed Martin's applied research and development efforts. Aligned with the Corporation's Chief Technology Officer, we work to advance scientific discovery and technology transition in cyber, materials science, robotics and autonomy, spectrum systems, data analytics and more. We embrace diversity of thought, collaborating with some of the best and brightest in government, industry and academia. Our primary research partners include the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), U.S. government service laboratories, universities, and Lockheed Martin colleagues at The Skunk Works®, the Advanced Technology Center and more. We look far into the future-envisioning transformational technologies that will redefine global security. And while we don't know exactly what will change the world next, we're probably already working on it.
Arizona State University Department of Psychology. Bringing dynamics to a broader audience.
Advanced Brain Monitoring is the first company to address sleep apnea, memory dysfunction, and alertness monitoring with instrument systems that combine laboratory-level accuracy with the portability, ease of use, and low cost of consumer electronics. We have used the company's X-Series Wireless Wet Electrode EEG system in the past.
Cognionics, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is dedicated to building innovative wireless physiological monitoring systems that can achieve high mobility without sacrificing signal quality to enable real-world applications. Some of highlights and accomplishments include: •Designing the first flexible dry electrode (2012) •Building the highest density dry EEG system, HD-72 (2013) •Building the highest density wireless EEG cap, Mobile-72 (2014) •Building the world's first precision wireless EEG/ERP marker system (2014) •Building the lightest and fastest dry EEG headset, Quick-20 (2015) •Obtaining patent grants and patent applications covering our sensors, mechanics and electronics •Signing multiple licensing agreements to bring our sensors to the market in partner products •Establishing a world-wide user base of academic and commercial research laboratories